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Elizabeth MacKinlay
RN, RM, Dip (Nursing Education), BA, BTh, Med and FRCNA.

Reverend Elizabeth MacKinlay, a priest in the Anglican Church of Australia, combines her nurse and priest roles by being a senior lecturer in nursing and a chaplain at the University of Canberra. She is also involved in ministry in a rural parish at weekends. She is married with two adult children. Over the past fifteen years or so, Elizabeth has developed a special interest in gerontological nursing - assessing the need for education in gerontological nursing, designing and teaching programs and conducting research in the area. More recently she has designed and taught a unit of study in pastoral care and ageing at St Mark's Institute of Theology in Canberra. She has presented numerous papers, seminars and workshops on ageing and spirituality, both in Australia and overseas. Elizabeth is currently a doctoral candidate at La Trobe University in Melbourne. Her topic is 'Ageing: a spiritual dimension'.
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